Each spring, the much-anticipated oceanfront Rock the Ocean’s Tortuga Music Festival brings some of the biggest names in country, pop, rock, and roots music for a three-day, multi-stage music blowout right on the sand at Fort Lauderdale beach.
Taking place April 5-7, 2024, Tortuga Music Festival is set to be an unforgettable beach weekend dedicated to pairing music and marine conservation. See renowned artists like Lainey Wilson, Hardy, Jason Aldean and Old Dominion perform live. This event promises a range of activities for everyone under the sun (kids under 6 can attend for free). For all the details on each day’s music lineup and to purchase passes, visit TortugaMusicFestival.com.
Working with Rock The Ocean Foundation to increase public awareness about the issues impacting the world’s oceans and to support scientific research, education, and ocean conservation initiatives, Tortuga Music festival has helped give back more than $3.2 million to its Conservation Village partners through ticket sales and donations. The centerpiece of the event, Conservation Village brings 20-plus nonprofits to the festival to educate concertgoers on ocean conservation through virtual reality shark dives, pop-up shows, and interactive activities like eco exchanges, trading beach trash for prizes.
If you’re coming with a group and want the full VIP experience—this is a music festival, after all—the Captains Cabanas include a dedicated bartender, complimentary massage and beauty bar, a private air-conditioned dining room and lounge, and a private space on the Cabana Deck for up to 20 people—front-row view of the Main and Sunset stages included. And while Tortuga Music Festival takes place on the beach, the event has accessible pathways throughout the venue, so it’s entirely navigable for attendees with mobility disabilities.
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